In a globalized world economy, goods and products are free to roam between markets and across borders with extensive impunity, providing consumers everywhere with far greater range of options in terms of quality and cost.

Oftentimes, however, reduced cost comes at the expense of quality – particularly for products that are sourced from low-cost manufacturing hubs whose chief competitive edge lies in pricing. This is currently the case with the Australian market for locks and home protection devices, where more affordable products imported from abroad…